Item Code: VegaPhantom Brand:Vega Model:Stealth Phantom Color:Flat Black, Hi-Vis Yellow Honda Color Match:Black (Prior Year); 2013 Honda Color Match: Silver, Candy Red, Grey Metallic, Ultra Blue Metallic Certification:DOT, FMVSS201
Vega Stealth Phantom Helmet Features
Certified to stringent European standard: ECE 22.05
Transforms easily from open to full face style with included jaw piece for additional wind, rain or dust protection
6-position, optically correct, scratch-resistant, long clear outer shield included
Smoke tinted interior drop-down sunshield is removable and replaceable
Replacement drop-down visors available in smoke, light smoke and amber
2 shell sizes for superior fit throughout completed size range
Wick-Dri anti-microbial fabric comfort fit liner is fully removable and washable- Liners are interchangeable for custom fit within shell size
Forehead, chin, cheek and rear venting maximize comfort minimize fogging
Size Chart for the Vega Stealth Phantom Helmet
Helmet Sizing Information.
To achieve proper helmet fitment, begin by finding your head circumference size using the method described below.
Remember that the helmet sizing you choose should fit around the crown of your head comfortably with no pressure points.
The cheekpads should fit firmly around your face. Once your chin strap is fastened, grab the chin bar of the helmet and move it side to side.
Your cheeks should move with the helmet, which should not slide across your face. Different thickness cheekpads can be purchased to obtain the perfect fit.
Head Measurement Instructions.
Wrap flexible tape measure around your head approximately on inch above eyebrows and ears.
Use this measurement (in either inches or centimeters) to find your helmet size in the chart below.
Comment: I have been wearing Vega Medium for years. This Vega Medium did NOT fit at all. Different shape from the others I have worn.
Looked like a big, goofy, round ball.
Sent it right back, very disappointed.
Vega Phantom Helmet Review
Comment: After a ton of research on lightweight FF or modular helmets, I settled on this one. I wear an XS, which is about three pound, a good half-pound less than most modulars. It has an oval inner shape which fits me perfectly. It was comfortable from the first time I put it on, and stays comfortable through hours of riding. I like the extra vertical length in the view port; I don't have to rotate my head down to read my gauges, just flick my eyes down.
The jaw piece is easy to take on and off, though you CAN'T do it while riding. The air channels are grea - I can feel them drawing heat away from my head as soon as I start moving.
I got the red and it is gorgeous. I get a lot of comments on the color and style.
The only minor problem is the sun shade. When I use the lever to flick it down, the upper rim of it often gets caught on the rim of the eyeport, making it impossible to use the lever to put it back up again. I have to raise the face shield a couple notches, and push in on the sun shield to free it. However once i figured out the problem, it's become second nature to deal with it with one hand. It's not enough to make me send the helmet back.
For comfort, fit, light weight, and functionality, I don't think you can beat the price.
Vega Stealth Phantom Helmet Review
Comment: I LOVE this Lid!!! Been riding 50+ years, year-round and this is beyond doubt the most comfortable helmet I have ever worn. The venting is great for cold or wet weather as the air flow clears the faceplate as soon as you start moving without freezing your nose or chin off. In the rain, you don't get the water blow-up from below into your eyes, or the dripping from the upper edge of the shield present in so many others. But the best point is the oval shape. Why it took so long for the OEMs to figure out we do not have "Bowl" heads I don't know, but VEGA got it right with this one. There are not the pressure points present in every other helmet I have worn so the long ride comfort factor is off the charts. And, with the added sunshield, removable chinbar and elongated shield viewing depth Vega has produced the ultimate unit for any ride length or weather condition.
In short, I would reccommend this helmet to any rider who is serious about comfort and features
Vega Phantom Helmet Review
Comment: Very sleek looking helmet but runs small compared to other sizes from other manufacturers. Would recommend but would advise getting a size bigger than you may be used to.
Unique and Comfortable
Comment: I enjoy helmets that have a unique profile - different is good. Bell Rogue, Shark Raw, Vema CiQi... I love all of them. But a helmet has to be comfortable as well as practical and safe, and while I loved the Rouge and Raw, they just weren't comfortable for me. The Vega Stealth Phantom certainly does the trick, though! I love this thing!
I usually wear a size XS, but ordered S after watching the video review. No need. I had to send the S back and get the XS. Yes, it is a little snug at the cheeks, but that will soften and fit like a glove after a couple of long rides.
Things that really sold me on the Phantom...
1) The style is very unique. My last helmet was the Vema CiQi - a very stylish modular that offered a removable chin guard for added protection. But the CiQi's chin guard tended to block my view of the tank spedometer and I was forever trying to tilt my head to the side to see past it.
2) The Phantom's large face plate allows an amazing field of view. No more tilting my head to see the speedometer. The faceplate also offers great wind and rain protection while allowing the interior to vent enough to prevent fogging. This is huge for me because I ride year-round in all weather. Nothing is worse than fogging your faceplate while sitting at a stoplight in winter!
3) The helmet is bluetooth friendly. I love the large, comfortable ear space - they mean I don't have to fear my ears being painfully compressed by any speakers that are installed.
4) The Phantom is modular. The ease of switching from full-face to half-helmet is great. I love the freedom to change between full-face and half-helmet look and both versions still provide outstanding protection and keep a great look.
I would definitely recommend the Phantom to anyone looking for a new modular helmet. :)
The Stealth Phantom is a good option for the rider that likes the modern, low
chinbar look, but, like many of us, is riding on a budget. The Phantom has a
similar look and style to say a
but the Nolan retails at 389 bucks, this Stealth retails at about 120 dollars.
Now, I'm not saying that the overall quality is name, it isn't, but this is
definitely a very good value, and definitely a cool looking option for the
The shell of the phantom is made of a DOT and ECE rated, lightweight ABS
plastic, and this XL weighs in at a mere 3.3 pounds. It's available in sizes XS
-- 2X and in 7 colors including Black, Blue, Candy Red, Flat Black, Gray which
is like an anthracite, High-Viz Yellow, and Silver. The fit on this helmet is a
little on the snug side, but I also have a very oval head shape. I typically
wear between a large and an XL depending on the brand. I definitely wear an XL
in this model and it will take a couple of rides of break in for it to be
perfect. Once it's broken in though, this helmet will be really comfortable,
especially for a helmet in this price point. This elongated shield profile is a
nice feature, especially when riding bikes with low mounted gauges or gauges
mounted on the tank because you don't have to move your whole head, but rather
just avert your eyes to check your speed. Removing the shield is easy, but it
definitely isn't quick release. You have to unscrew this dial and it takes about
seven full revolutions to remove, so removing the shield while wearing the
helmet is probably not going to happen. Complementing the long shield shape is
the low profile, removable chin bar. The chin bar features ample ventilation
with eight total vent ports for shield fog management and two additional vents
that pass directly to the face. The Phantom can also be worn as a ¾ by removing
the chin bar. You simply slide this orange lever on each side of the eye port
and pull the chin bar from the helmet. These black inserts are provided to clean
up the look and reduce buffeting and wind noise. In addition to the chin bar
vents, there are exhaust ports on the rear of the helmet for extracting hot air
out of the helmet. This lid also features a mechanical drop down sun visor that
is replaceable and available in light smoke, dark smoke, and amber colors. To
operate, you just slide this lever up or down. The liner of the Phantom is
better than you may expect for the money. It features a very soft and moisture
wicking liner that is quite comfortable. The liner is completely removable and
washable but be gentle when removing the liner. The Phantom's liner snaps are
not its strongest feature. With the cheek pads removed, it's easy to see the
foam pads that can be removed to provide a convenient place to install your
Bluetooth helmet intercom system.